- October 26, 1973
- Lahore, Pakistan
Faysal Qureshi born on October 26, 1973, is a Pakistani actor, producer, and television host.
He was born in Lahore, Pakistan. His mother Afshan Qureshi is also a television actress.
He appears in Pakistani television dramas, reality shows, and films, and is one of Pakistan's highest-paid actors.
Faysal Qureshi first gained recognition for playing the leading role of Boota in television series Boota from Toba Tek Singh (1999).
From 2016 to 2019, he hosted the morning show Salam Zindagi on ARY Zindagi.
He also turned producer in 2017 with the production house Connect Studios.
Quraishi began his career as a child artist and appeared in the plays Emergency Ward and Andhera Ujala for PTV.
He also hosted the reality show Hero Banney Ki Tarang and the morning show Muskurati Morning on TVOne Global along with Ayesha Khalid.
He also played a variety of characters in many critically acclaimed dramas, including Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan (2009), Main Abdul Qadir Hoon (2010), Qaid-e-Tanhai (2010), and Kis Din Mera Viyah Howay Ga (2011–2018).
Faysal also played the leading role in the 2014's acclaimed drama serial Bashar Momin.
In 2018, he was seen in revenge based drama series Khalish.
In 2015, Daily Pakistan reported that Faysal has become one of the highest-paid artists of television, charging Rs. 2 million per episode.
From 2016 to 2019, Faysal hosted the morning show Salam Zindagi which aired on ARY Zindagi.
Qureshi was appointed as a CLF Goodwill Ambassador by the Children's Literature Festival on July 30, 2019.
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